Tuesday, January 05, 2010
16th Street Theater 2010 Season
First production is Tony Fitzpatrick's THIS TRAIN. I didn't know our little Berwyn stage could hold such a great person! Well to be honest, I was always hoping it would. In addition to Tony himself, now joining the angelic and haunting Sally Timms on vocals is supreme musician John Rice. Legend is: if it has strings, he can play it. Tony is off to New York next week to open his exhibition Drawing for Crazy Horse and then back to 16th Street to open our Season Three 2010: What is Home?
100 Club members get first dibs at seats (see below for info on how to make your reservations now) in addition to seeing all 6 plays in 2010.
Thank you for making 2009 joyous. In hard times I am grateful to art and dialogue and being in a dark room with strangers to get me through. Thank you to so many of you who have supported us over the year with donations, your attendance, and your love. We could not exist without you. You make the theater LIVE. We look forward to making you proud in 2010.
- Ann Filmer, Artistic Director
16th Street Theater
100 CLUB MEMBERS - JOIN US FOR OPENING NIGHT!
100 Club members, it is now time to make your reservations for Tony Fitzpatrick's THIS TRAIN. Won't you join us for one of two special nights? Please celebrate with us while we kick off our 2010 Season Three: What is Home? We would love to have you for Press Opening Thursday, January 21 at 7:30 PM or VIP Opening on Friday, January 22 at 7:30 PM.
Seats are very limited so email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve or call (708) 795-6704 x105.
If you are not yet a 100 club member, won't you join us? This is the best way to support your theater on 16th Street while enyoing engaging, intimate theater all year long. Buy online now.
Single tickets for THIS TRAIN are $20 each and may be purchased online. Buy now.
There are only 8 performances so don't wait!
www.16thstreettheater.org for all your ordering needs. Pay by credit card!
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